Southern Alberta Office
Suite 1110, 833 4th Avenue SW
Calgary, AB T2P 3T5
Phone: 403-266-3427
Fax: 403-269-3199
Email: IISAmail@insuranceinstitute.ca

Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) and Fellow Chartered Insurance Professional (FCIP).

The Institute offers two designations. The CIP is a good starting point for most people working in the insurance industry, and a prerequisite for attaining an FCIP designation. The FCIP is designed for professionals who wish to move into leadership or management roles in the property and casualty (P & C) industry.

For more information about the two designations click here.

Fellow Chartered Insurance Professional (FCIP)

To apply to the FCIP program, you need:

  • A CIP designation
  • Current Insurance Institute membership
  • Current CIP Society membership (for CIP graduates)
  • An undergraduate degree from a Canadian university

If you hold a college diploma instead of a university degree, you can apply for admission after completing five designated continuing education courses through a Canadian university within five years prior to application. Our courses that qualify include:

FCIP Subject Area UCalgary Course Equivalents
Business Administration BMC 205 Business Management
Business Finance BMC 103 Business Finance
Business Strategy BMC 160 Business Strategy
Communications BMC 206 Management Communications: Interpersonal Skills or
BMC 316 Business Communication for Internationally Trained Professionals
Construction and Surety Law BMC 102 Construction Contract Law and Documents
Employee Relations BMC 355 Building a Positive Workplace and
BMC 192 Employee Relations: Policy Design and Documentation
Financial Accounting BMC 162 Accounting Fundamentals
Human Resource Management BMC 165 Human Resource Management
Law BMC 117 Business Law
Marketing/td> BMC 167 Marketing Principles
Mediation PDS 006 Mediation Skills Level I and
PDS 012 Mediation Skills Level II
Microeconomics BMC 171 Economics for Business
Negotiation PDS 185 Negotiation Skills Level I and
PDS 010 Negotiation Skills Level II
Organizational Behaviour BMC 172 Human Behaviour in Organizations
Public Relations BMC 119 Public Relations
Risk Control BMC 326 Risk Assessment and Treatment
Risk Financing BMC 182 Risk Financing
Structure of the Risk Management Process BMC 327 Risk Management Principles and Practices

For more information, click here.